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Evaluation of the efficiency of industrial flares

Evaluation of the efficiency of industrial flares

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Published by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory, Center for Environmental Research Information [distributor] in Research Triangle Park, NC, Cincinnati, OH .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Factory and trade waste -- Environmental aspects -- United States,
  • Combustion gases -- Environmental aspects -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    StatementD. Joseph ... [et al.]
    ContributionsJoseph, Darrell W, Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory (Research Triangle Park, N.C.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination4 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14890642M

      CFD Flare Modeling Update SETPMTC Meeting by. Daniel Chen, Helen Lou, Kuyen Li – As a result, TCEQ is conducting an evaluation on flare operations that may serve as a basis for a Evaluation of the Efficiency of Industrial Flares, /, EPA 2 File Size: 2MB. developed which was based upon industrial requirements, industrial real-life project data, and finally evaluated by the industrial collaborators. The prime objective of this paper is therefore to provide a background to the overall VIRCON system and to thoroughly report on the industrial user evaluation phase of the research project. 2.

    Because flares operate in open air, currently there is no good method to measure or monitor the combustion efficiency (CE) or destruction and removal efficiency (DRE) of a flare. In the state of Texas alone, there were 1, flares in that emit tons per year of volatile organic compounds (VOC), a portion of which was air toxics. Energy Efficiency Program. Impact Evaluation Guide. Evaluation, Measurement, and Verification Working Group December The State and Local Energy Efficiency Action. Network is a state and local effort facilitated by the federal government that helps states, utilities, and other local stakeholders take energy efficiency to.

    Directive /27/EU, transposed in Italy with Decree of 4 July No, a common framework of measures for the promotion of energy efficiency in European Union, is an innovative tool for improvement of energy efficiency and also necessary to undertake main objective of European Union (save 20% of primary energy consumption by ).Cited by: 7. Institute for Clean and Secure Energy, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Utah, S E #, Salt Lake City, UT e-mail: @ed by: 2.


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Evaluation of the efficiency of industrial flares: H₂S gas mixtures and pilot assisted flares. [John H Pohl; N R Soelberg; Air and Energy Engineering Research Laboratory.] -- "The report is the fourth of a series on a research program which will result in quantification of emissions from, and efficiencies of, industrial flares.

Get this from a library. Evaluation of the efficiency of industrial flares: flare head design and gas composition. [John H Pohl; N R Soelberg; Air and Energy Engineering Research Laboratory.].

@article{osti_, title = {Evaluation of the efficiency of industrial flares: flare head design and gas composition. Final report, October December }, author = {Pohl, J.H. and Soelberg, N.R.}, abstractNote = {The report gives continued Phase 4 results of a research program to quantify emissions Evaluation of the efficiency of industrial flares book, and efficiencies of, industrial flares.

EPA/ May EVALUATION OF THE EFFICIENCY OF INDUSTR.'AL FlARES: TEST RESULTS By J. Pohl, R. Payne, and J. Lee ENERGY AND ENV«R0fl.1£NTAL RESEARCH CORPORATION 18 Mason Irvine, California EPA Contract Ho. EPA Project Officer: Bruce A. Tichenor Industrial Processes Branch Industrial Environmental.

The complete report, entitled "Evaluation of the Efficiency of Industrial Flares: HzS Gas Mixtures and Pilot Assisted Flares," (Order No. PB /A S; Cost: $ subject to change) will be available only from: National Technical Information Service Port Royal Road Springfield. @article{osti_, title = {Combustion efficiency of flares.

Report for October February }, author = {Pohl, J H and Lee, J and Payne, R and Tichenor, B A}, abstractNote = {The paper gives results of a study to provide data on industrial flare emissions. (Emissions of incompletely burned hydrocarbons from industrial flares may contribute to air pollution.

The term "combustion efficiency" was used during this study as the primary measure of the flares' performance. Conceptually, this term defines the percentage of flare emissions that are completely oxidized to C Mathe­ matically the combustion efficiency is defined as: %CE = C02 X C02 + CO + THC + Soot Where.

Title: REF # 1 Evaluation Of The Efficiency Of Industrial Flares Used To Destroy Waste Gases Subject: AP - 42 Section Created Date: 8/29/ PM. Rethinking Evaluation - Efficiency, Efficiency, Efficiency. In times of resource constraints – have there ever been days without.

– one would think “efficiency” is at the top of the agenda for almost everyone. Unfortunately, we have seen limitations to this evaluation criterion in definition and above all in practice. Destruction Efficiency of Air-Assisted Flares American Flame Research Committee Industrial Combustion Symposium September Kauai, Hawaii Greg Seefeldt, PE Sr.

Flare Applications Engineer, Zeeco Inc. Tools and Methods for Evaluating the SADEV Swedish Agency for Development Evaluation UNIDO United Nations Industrial Development Organization a well-known evaluation expert, describes efficiency analysis as a specialized craft that few evaluators have mastered.

AllFile Size: KB. Losses from flares are the single largest loss in many industrial operations, such as oil-gas production, refinery, chemical plant, coal industry and landfills. Wastes or losses to the flare include process gases, fuel gas, steam, nitrogen and natural gas.

Flaring systems can be installed on many places such as onshore and offshore platformsFile Size: 1MB. Evaluation Objectives For this assessment, the evaluation team (Cadmus and SBW) focused on the performance between and of HPEM and T&T facilities that had the longest history of participation in BPA’s EM Program.

The evaluation team estimated savings for these facilities and did not extrapolate to the program population. decreases the combustion efficiency. The hydrocarbon destruction efficiency is thus higher than the combustion efficiency. The information in EPA's Compilation of Air Pollutant Emission Factors (AP), SectionIndustrial Flares, is based on the same flare study data.

The emission factor for total hydrocarbons is pound per million Size: 32KB. Book. Jan ; Charles Baukal is intended to improve understanding of the thermochemistry effects of steam and air addition on the combustion efficiency of industrial flares.

For this purpose. Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (M), or click on a page image below to browse page by page.

Links to PubMed are also available for Selected by: This report describes the impact evaluation of the Industrial and Process Efficiency Program (IPE or Program). Between July 1,and Jprojects had at least one measure installed.

The objective of this impact evaluation was to. Flare Efficiency & Emissions: Past & current research Matthew Johnson, Ph.D., from industrial size flares with & without steam • Pohl et al.

() – EPA study of emergency scale flares in Flare efficiency in a crosswind Lab-flares burning sales-grade natural gas • (In)efficiency is strongly dependent on. Our objective is to predict the combustion efficiency of industrial flares by using Large.

Baukal Jr.,The John Zink Combustion Hand Book, CRC Press, p definition of evaluation. LES is shown to resolve the important mixing between fuel and entrained air governing the extent of reaction to within less than a percent of combustion efficiency.

The experimental data from the 4-in. flare tests performed at the CanmetENERGY wind tunnel flare facility were used as experimentally measured metrics to validate the simulation Cited by: 3.

Table 1 lists the 20 journals that have published the greatest number of DEA papers in the past 30 years. Journals such as European Journal of Operational Research, Journal of Productivity Analysis, and Journal of the Operational Research Society are the most utilized.

The reason is clearly that DEA theory and many DEA applications fall within the fields of operations research Cited by: Hydrogen Assisted Flares Steam Assisted Flares Efficiency and Smoking Flares 5 Remote Sensing and Monitoring Introduction Remote Sensing Dial Technology Experience 6 Practical Considerations and Emissions Calculations Introduction Sizing Considerations General.Evaluation of the impact of a state-wide or regional energy efficiency program involves a multi-disciplinary team and a carefully documented process.

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